Get into a Spring State of Mind with this "Best Yet" Value White Burgundy
The perfect wine for the end of winter. On a frigid day like today, you can't blame us for thinking about Spring!
Noted wine reviewer James Suckling has just released Round 2 of the Zachys edition of his popular Wine Challenge series. We featured a lineup of Value White Wine (Under $25) from around the world, which was blind-tasted and subsequently rated. The last and best in the lineup was from a winery still fairly new to Zachys, but one that has made a very strong impression and just keeps getting better and better…
We realize it’s difficult to make an early consensus on a vintage of such an important wine region. But if this wine and others are any indication, Chardonnay lovers have much to look forward to. Wines tasted from tank/barrel have shown remarkably well, and they are considered “fleshy, open wines with considerable early appeal” by Antonio Galloni. Having already tasted this Pouilly-Fuisse, we can’t help but agree with Mr. Galloni and Mr. Suckling: this wine is already excellent!
It is currently on the water, and due to arrive at our warehouse mid-March. We can think of no better way to bid farewell to winter than with the best Noblet Pouilly-Fuisse to date. Lock in for your bottles now and welcome Spring in style!
Pouilly Fuisse Gilles Noblet 2011 (92JS/92SWJ) (750ml)
"Yellow-green. Stunning nose of orange oil, peach jam, yellow fruits, lime and vanilla. A striking impression of acidity reverbates on the tongue ...
|Bottle Price: ||$22.99|
|Case Price: ||$275.88|